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In an era of declining government resources and expanding pollution concerns, government agencies have developed innovative approaches, like ERP to address these challenges. ERP is an integrated system of:
- Plain-language compliance assistance that promotes pollution prevention;
- Facility self-audit and compliance certification;
- Agency inspections to verify certifications and assess performance; and
- Statistically-based performance measurement.
The States ERP Consortium was formed to help environmental agencies learn about and implement ERP tools through:
- Developing and coordinating policy; and
- Educating and communicating with ERP stakeholders.
Visitors to the website can expect to find:
- Fact sheets describing ERP and its benefits and the ERP Consortium;
- Guidance and tools for conducting an ERP;
- Reports on the results of ERP Projects;
- Calendar of upcoming events and PowerPoint slides from past events;
- Links to useful information resources;
- Summary of ERP activities in individual states;
- Descriptions of other new compliance strategies, particularly those targeting small and medium-sized business sectors; and
- Contacts for more information.
Visit – www.erpstates.org
The Chair of the States ERP Consortium is Amy Williams, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment: firstname.lastname@example.org. The Consortium is managed by the Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association (NEWMOA) with funding from the U.S. EPA. For more information or to provide comments and feedback on the website, contact Jennifer Griffith at (617) 367-8558 x303 or email@example.com.